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department spokeswoman victoria nuland said officials on both sides are still work out the detail of abe's visit to washington. she said secretary of state hillary clinton will meet next week with japanese foreign minister fumeio kishida. nuland said clinton spoke with kishida over the phone and repeated the stance on the senkaku islands in the east china sea. clinton said the islands are covered by the security treaty between the two countries. nuland said clinton urged chinese and japanese diplomats to hold talks to resolve the issue. >>> now, before abe heads off, he has to take care of some business at home. ai uchida has been following up on that. so ai, what has abe been up to? >> well, catherine, you might remember yesterday he gave outlines of his proposed stimulus measures. today he's getting some people together who haven't met in years. why is he doing all? well, japan's new government is stepping up efforts to revive the sluggish economy. and the prime minister is reopening the council on economic and fiscal policy. that's to come up with mid to long-term measures. the counci
did die. it's coming in a statement from victoria nuland who is the spokesperson for the state department. she said that his name was fredrick buttaccio and he died in that hostage situation. the state department is expressing its deepest condolences to the family and also the friends of fredrick buttaccio. but they're not giving any details and that is one thing that has plagued it's information coming out of algeria ever since this began. we do know from a u.s. official that six americans, however, were freed or escaped, and others still are unaccounted for. earlier friday victoria nuland also said that some americans are being held hostage. freeing of more hostages and it now has the hostage takers kind of hunkered down. we're just not sure about the numbers. the numbers have been all over the map. i know the algerian news agency has released numbers. i have a feeling we'll find those aren't accurate either.
is joining us with what she has found out wrrnl what have you heard? >> this is coming from victoria nuland, the spokesperson for the state department, that one american unfortunately did die. they're confirming the death of frederick buttaccio in that hostage situation in algeria. they're expressing, the state department, their done cocondol for that death. out of respect, they say, for the family's privacy, there's no further comment. in fact, there are no details on how frederick budauch yetauch y die. and six americans were freed or escaped. no details exactly on where they may be. others are unaccounted for. and then finally, as you remember, anderson, earlier today, the press spokesperson, victoria nuland did say that some americans were being held hostage still, so that's the total that we have got right now. and very, very few, in fact, practically no details, exacept for these numbers right now. >> the bottom line, is this operation still going on to try to free the rest of them? >> you know, as of the last time we heard, it was. so that also is unclear, but officials were saying t
in a statement from victoria nuland who is the spokesperson for the state department. she said that his name was fredrick butaccio and he died in that hostage situation. the state department is expressing its deepest condolences to the family and also the friends of fredrick. but they're not giving any details and that is one thing that has plagued it's information coming out of algeria ever since this began. we do know from a u.s. official that six americans, however, were freed or escaped, and others still are unaccounted for. earlier friday victoria nuland also said that some americans are being held hostage. so the bottom line here is that of it continues to be an operation with very, very few details coming out from the algerians. secretary clinton was asked about that friday, and on the one hand the u.s. and other countries are very unhappy about the lack of information, but on the other hand they realize it's a very complex operation and that it appears to be continuing. erin? >> jill dougherty, thank you very much. of course, we do know there are some americans still unaccounted for
spokesperson victoria nuland said some americans are still being held. >> i think we've been clear that we have american hostages. we've been clear about that. >> and that's still the case? >> yes. >> brown: later, the associated press reported that one american had died. nuland flatly rejected a reported demand by the militants to trade two americans for two convicted terrorists jailed in the u.s. one is egyptian sheik omar abdel rahman, convicted of plotting to blow up major sites in new york. there were also reports that the algerian gas plant had not yet been fully secured, and that military operations were continuing. secretary of state hillary clinton addressed the issue after meeting with the japanese foreign minister. she said she spoke today with the prime minister of algeria. >> i urged the utmost care be taken in the protection of the hostages, algerian and expatriate foreign hostages. >> brown: other countries raised questions as well and pressed for more information. >> thank you, mister speaker. >> brown: in london, british prime minister david cameron told parliament that he'd ha
in algeria. state department spokesperson victoria nuland tells cnn, we can confirm the death of u.s. citizen frederick butaccio. out of the respect for the family's privacy we have no further comment." as we reported earlier we are aware of two other americans, one who is alive, one who is unaccounted for, and there are others still unaccounted for tonight. >>> the latest on the flu. according to the latest cdc update, all but two states have widespread flu activity. the cdc says we're about halfway through the flu season but they're not sure when it's going to peak. we spoke to dr. sandro sinti of university of michigan. the flu season started earlier this year and they're expecting the number of cases at his hospital to go up. >>> talks between iran and the u.n. over its nuclear program have ended with no deal. iran denied iaea inspectors' requests including access to the site suspected to be one of the places the country could be developing nuclear weapons. we spoke to david all bright who said the time for negotiations is running out. he says these talks are not about iran getting a nucl
. it was confirmed by the state department later this evening by victoria nuland, the spokesperson. he was fredrick butaccio. and all they're saying is he died. details are not being given. they're offering condolences to family and friends. the other information coming from a u.s. official that six americans have either been freed or actually have escaped. but there are others that are unaccounted for. so we have victoria nuland also remember today saying that there are u.s. hostages. so, anderson, this is continuing as this operation in different ways proceeds. in other words, they had, we understand today, cnn was told that there was an operation that was carried out to move in and try to press even further in, get more of the terrorists, and possibly move of the hostages and that they are hunkered down, as mike rogers of the house intelligence committee put it. so it's not over. >> how much frustration is there or are you hearing or sensing there is from u.s. officials about the way the algerian government has handled the situation, particularly not informing the u.s. or other governments about
victoria nuland confirmed americans are among the group. >> the best information that we have at this time is that u.s. citizens are among the hostages. i hope you'll understand that in order to protect their safety, i am not going to get into numbers, i am not going to get into names, i am not going to get into any further details as we continue to work on this issue with the algerian authorities and also with their employers. >> an austrian troops have reportedly surrounded the complex where the hostages are being held. the government of algeria had previously warned against french intervention in neighboring mali and has now sealed off their shared border. the hostage crisis in algeria comes as french troops have launched ground operations inside mali days after their bombing campaign began. according to the new york times, unnamed u.s. officials say the incident in algeria could mark the beginning of a wave of regional attacks on foreigners and that americans are harmed in the obama administration might reconsider its pledges not to commit ground troops to the battle in mali. the obama
weekend a blood clot. today, state department spokeswoman victoria nuland said in off-camera briefing that clinton had been working from the hospital room. she has been talking to her staff including today. she has been quite active on the phone with all of us. the state department declined to make clinton's doctors available for question. although the medical team put out paper statement on monday the day after she was admitted to new york presbyterian hospital with a blood clot near her brain. to help dissol tv clot the medical team began to treat the secretary with blood thinners. she is making excellent progress and we're confident she will make a full recovery. earlier today, the state department said nothing had changed since monday. and defended the handling of the medical condition. newland responded, "i think we have been forthcoming including from her doctor's on the specific issues here." her doctors also said in that statement on monday that the secretary has not suffered a stroke or neurological daniel as a result of the blood clot. >> bret: the health of another public f
such threats in the future in that same statement, ms. nuland confirmed those deaths of three americans as a result of this attack. shep? >> shepard: jonathan, this crisis in algeria really a prime example of how international events can really overshadow a domestic agenda. >> president obama's inauguration speech today was long on domestic policy, very short on foreign policy. a declaration that a decade of war is coming to an end and this. listen. we will support democracy from asia to africa to the americas to the middle east because our interest and compel to us act on behalf of those who long for freedom. >> just a couple of sentences on foreign policy. there are many potential challenges ahead for president obama. the ongoing civil war in syria, the ongoing nuclear ambitions of both iran and north korea. and, of course, the rise in islamic extremism. the algeria hostage crisis just the latest example of that. and those militants have vowed more attacks on the french and anybody else who supports their military campaign in neighboring mali. and, of course, the u.s. is supporting th
nuland dismissed the speech. >> i don't think there's anything about the speech that changes the progression of work that we're doing with the opposition. i think we have to continue to see how things develop on the ground. we have to continue to see how they develop as a force, but, as we have said, we do consider them the legitimate representatives now of the syrian people. >> sreenivasan: last week, the u.n. estimated that nearly 60,000 people have died in the syrian civil war. prosecutors in india moved forward today in the case of five men accused in the gang rape and murder of a young woman in new delhi. the suspects heard the charges against them in a preliminary hearing. then they left court with their heads covered, to be escorted back to jail. meanwhile, protesters gathered outside the courtroom, insisting that lawyers refuse to represent the suspects. despite the demands, two attorneys did come forward, offering to serve as defense counsel. the man accused of carrying out a mass shooting at a colorado movie theater also appeared in court. james holmes allegedly kil
on the next steps. >> reporter: and nuland expressed a desire to re-set the relationship, saying the u.s. is open, but it's up to venezuelans. >> our sense is that at the moment, they're very much preoccupied with internal affairs. so we're standing by. >> reporter: the former soldier and coup leader turned elected president antagonized washington, it seemed, whenever he could, forging friendships with iran's mahmoud ahmedinejad, syria's embattled bashar al- assad and he formed an especially close bond with cuban presidents fidel, and raul castro. while relishing his role rallying the latin american left against u.s. led free trade and anti-terrorism efforts, chavez had an opponent he couldn't beat in cancer. he bore his sufferings in public, talking about his treatment, showing the effects of radiation and chemotherapy. then after treatments in cuba, he would pronounce himself cleared of cancer, and ready to return to the country's business. >> free, i am totally free. >> reporter: during last year's campaign, he didn't disclose specifics about the nature, location, or severity of the
. that is victoria nuland. back to you. >> thank you. whether you think the trip to north korea is a good idea or not a good idea, is it a good idea to buy google stock here? let's get to the technical side of the story. carter worth is with oppenheimer. john stevenson is with first asset management. carter, let me kick off with you. what's the chart look like on google? >> it looks great. let's look at two charts. the first is a five year chart. the 660 level and how formed that is. then the breakout last year. stock hit 775. and if you break out and fall back to the level from which you broke out, you have rebound potential. again, that's exactly what google has done. then the second chart which is equally important puts in context of the breakout of last year. that breakout to 775 allowed google to make an all time high. able to eclipse its 2007 peak. and how many stocks in technology have done that? not many. how many stocks in general are now making their '07 highs. this is impressive and it looks like more to come. >> what do you say, john? how's the fundamentals looking? >> i don't see
victoria nuland addressed us moments ago. >> the best information we have is that u.s. citizens are among the hostages. i hope you will understand that in order to protect their safety, i'm not going to get into numbers. i'm not going to get into names. i'm not going to get any any further details. >> an attack occurred overnight at a joint venture between bp of the uk, stat oil of norway and of the algerian oil company in the eastern part of aljeera, which is in north africa. we are showing you the google map site or photo of the site which is called anemis. p is one of four major facilities they have there for natural gas production. this is also courtesy of the bp website. bp put out a statement and saying that their absolute priority is the safety and security of the staff. they are manned by staff contractors from the joint venture. we do not there are hostages and a number of foreign ministers around the world said they have also had citizens taken. why does this attack occur? according to the press report, a country to the west of algeria, the militant say this is retribution for o
spokeswoman victoria nuland condemning this attack, but being cautious when it comes to specifics. >> the best information that we have at this time is that u.s. citizens are among the hostages. i hope you will understand that in order to protect their safety, i'm not going to get into numbers. i'm not going to get into names. i'm not going to get into any further details. as we continue to work on this issue with the algerian authorities, and also with their employers. >> now, some reports indicate that this could be an act of retribution by islamists for the french armed intervention in mali. chris lawrence, let me go to you at the pentagon and tell me as we're talking, 40 hostages, as many as 7 americans, what do you know? what is the military telling you? >> reporter: well, a defense official i just spoke with a few minutes ago said this is clearly an act of terrorism and that was echoedamplified by leon panetta, he's meeting with nato allies. and he said clearly this was a terrorist act, this kidnapping including some american hostages. right now, from sources that we are speaking with, a
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